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20 Great Recipes To Rock Food Allergy Week

20 Great Recipes To Rock Food Allergy Week

20 Great Recipes To Rock Food Allergy Week

When you’re living with a food allergy, no matter how severe, there’s always a little bit of a feeling that you’re missing out.

You have to be alert and aware of all the food that is put in front of you, and this is even more complex when you’re a child.

That’s why it’s nice to know that campaigns like Food Allergy Week are there for those people out there living with the challenges of a food allergy. For adults and for kids, Food Allergy Week is a great time to raise awareness and understanding about food allergies. The campaign wants people to “Be Aware”, from May 10-16, 2020, by getting involved, and showing support for those living with food allergies.

Food Allergies Today

Allergies are more common today than they were in the past, but doctors still aren’t really 100% sure why. These allergies can range in triggers (the thing that people are allergic to) and severity. Food allergies are very common, and one in every 10 babies born in Australia today will develop a food allergy. The most common allergies are dairy, egg, nut, wheat, shellfish and fish. Now while fish and shellfish are easy enough to avoid, other food allergies are more difficult, because these items are so often found as ingredients in the food we eat every day.

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So here are some recipes for those living with food allergies.

Share them with your non-allergic friends to raise awareness for Food Allergy Week!

Dairy-Free Recipes

Many people mistakenly assume that dairy free just means no milk, but it also means no cheese, no cream, no butter and no yoghurt, which can be limiting. But don’t despair! Try these dairy free alternatives instead!

1. Dairy And Egg Free Pancakes

Everyone loves pancakes, but how are you going to make them with milk? Don’t stress, here’s one for you.

Get the recipe here!

2. Coffee Cashew Ice Cream

When you can’t eat dairy, ice cream is definitely something people miss. That’s why we love this dairy free coffee cashew ice cream for an adult treat (obviously not for people with nut allergies though!)

Get the recipe here!

3. Dairy Free Chocolate Coconut Mud Cake

Blending the deliciousness of chocolate with the creaminess of coconut and you’ve got a great cake anyone with a dairy allergy will love.

Recipe here.

4. Pear and Maple Syrup Muffins

This amazing combination isn’t just dairy free but also gluten free and super delicious. Try it out right now!

Get the recipe here.

5. Macaroni and Not Cheese

Missing the cheesy goodness in your life? Well, this Macaroni and Not Cheese is a great, dairy free, alternative.

Get the recipe here.

Nut-Free Recipes

You’d be surprised just how many foods contain hidden nuts, but the good news is these foods do not!

6. Banana Oat Bars

Like banana bread but in bar form, you won’t believe that these babies are nut free, gluten free and vegan.

Get the recipe here.

7. Impossible Pie

It’s the pie that makes its own crust as you’re cooking it. Simple, delicious and absolutely nut free.

The recipe is here.

8. Chocolate Nut-Free Weetbix Slice

Just as delicious as the traditional weetbix slice, only with no nuts!

Get the recipe here.

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9. Ham and Vegetable Muffins

Not only are these delicious kid-friendly muffins full of hidden vegetables, they’re also nut free.

Get the yummy recipe here.

10. Nut Free Lemon Blueberry Scones

There’s a lot of love about this recipe, which happens to be nut free, grain free, dairy free and gluten free.

Recipe here.

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Egg Free Recipes

When it comes to baking in particular, those with egg allergies have it tough. Luckily, there are more egg replacements hitting the market all the time, and these recipes are entirely egg free!

11. Easy Egg Free Jam Drops

Super easy, super delicious, and perfect for an after school snack or to bring along to a party as an egg free alternative.

Get the recipe here.

12. Egg Free Choc/Vanilla Cake

When you’re looking for a solid egg free cake recipe, for birthdays or celebrations of any kind, this is the one to try.

The recipe is here.

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13. Slow Cooker Pizza Pull Apart

Now for something savoury, egg free, and super easy (thank you slow cooker), don’t look further than this amazing and delicious Slow Cooker Pizza Pull Apart.

Get the recipe here.

14. Crunchy Nut Cornflake Chicken

There aren’t many fast food options available for those with egg allergies, which is why this chicken is so good. Home-made, egg free fast food.

Get the recipe here.

15. Slow Cooker Cinnamon Scrolls

Another great egg free recipe for the slow cooker, these make for incredibly tasty after school snacks that are guaranteed to satisfy.

Recipe here.

Wheat & Gluten-Free Recipes

We know that wheat is not the same as gluten, and that a wheat allergy is not quite as restricting as a gluten one in terms of the foods available. These recipes are all both wheat and gluten free, but you can change depending on your own allergy situation.

16. Super Healthy Oat ‘n’ Seed Loaf

A bread alternative that is going to knock your socks off. This loaf is super yummy, and definitely wheat and gluten free.

Recipe here.

17. 5-Ingedient Peanut Butter Muffins

You won’t find flour of any kind in these yummy muffins, just bananas, peanut butter and a few other ‘magic’ items.

The recipe is here.

18. Buckwheat Pancakes

If you’re looking for the perfect start to your day, look no further than these delicious buckwheat pancakes, a Sunday favourite.

Recipe here.

19. Gluten Free Fruit Crumble

Is there anything more comforting than a crumble? Only perhaps this delicious gluten free fruit crumble!

Get the recipe here.

20. Gluten Free Banana, Coconut, Blueberry Muffins

It can be hard to find muffins that fit the bill when you’re allergic to wheat or gluten, but these certainly do!

Check out the recipe.

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So, what are your favourite allergy-friendly recipes?20 Great Recipes To Rock Food Allergy Week | Stay at Home Mum.com.au

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